Georgia Power

Georgia Power’s infrastructure provides ideal hosting for wireless attachments throughout the state.

Georgia Power provides electric power to over 2.6M customers across a vast majority of Georgia. In 2021, Diamond and Georgia Power entered into a long-term agreement to facilitate marketing and operational availability of Georgia Power’s 90,000 transmission structures, 300+ communication towers and 600 properties available for build-to-suit to tier-1 wireless carriers for new antenna installations.

Key Advantages of the Georgia Power/Diamond Partnership

  • Georgia Power’s assets are located throughout Georgia with significant coverage of Metro Atlanta, Augusta, Macon, Columbus, Athens and Savannah
  • Georgia Power’s Telecom Colocation group is an industry leader focused on expanding connectivity for all Georgians
  • Georgia Power and Diamond have worked collaboratively to institute a streamlined approval process to get your sites ON-AIR quickly and easily
  • Georgia Power locations are established utility locations and are likely to be favorably viewed as potential locations for wireless antenna deployment by local zoning and permitting authorities
  • Addition of Diamond Communications to Georgia Power Wireless Program brings successful track record of Colocation on Utility Infrastructure
    • Since 2009, Diamond has partnered with utilities and successfully managed hundreds of wireless colocations on utility infrastructure
    • Key members of Diamond’s management team have been directly involved in colocation on utility & critical infrastructure assets for over 20 years
    • Diamond team has significant operational experience with utility assets

Georgia Power’s transmission towers, communication towers, and property assets can be viewed and are available upon request.

Efficient Deployment

  • Reduced site acquisition costs with optimal locations available for wireless colocation
  • Substantial loading capacity available on existing towers and upgraded transmission towers

Quicker On-Air Time

  • Aggressive construction schedules
  • Coordination of outages on transmission lines, if needed
  • Diamond project manager dedicated to coordinating all deployment activities between carriers and all relevant Georgia Power parties
  • Workforce with years of experience executing timely and safe installations
  • Master Site License Agreements that enable efficient lease documentation

For inquiries regarding colocation on a Georgia Power property, specific site information, or any other questions related to Georgia Power’s partnership with Diamond, please contact Dan Turnpaugh, Diamond’s Vice President of Site Management at (973) 735-6622 or

For more information on Georgia Power, please visit their website at